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... meal of homemade soup and lasagne, which while not being Moroccan was warming to both the stomach and the heart. It was a lovely evening and we saw the super moon from their rooftop and genuinely wished that we'd been able to afford to stay there, particularly when we got back to the hostel and discovered that people were making noise and smoking in the lounge room right next to our dorm which lasted until at least 3am. When we woke up we didn't feel any better about our ...
... that will hold my foot instead if a Milano Blanco, you don’t get high marks in my book. Nor when you raise your eye brow when Chris orders the expensive steak on the menu. And especially don’t give me the evil eye when my son helps me down the stairs. It takes a LOT more than two glasses of wine to make me unsteady. My ankle had stiffened up and didn’t want to ...
... smells. Sometimes you turn down an alley and suddenly it’s quiet and peaceful.
We’re now on the coast and it’s a bit colder than we expected. Essaouira is one of my
favourite places here and despite the fact that I had to rug up last night to go out for dinner, I still love it. It’s small enough to walk around but has enough activity to make it an interesting
place to walk around.
... Tracey Chapman back the next year. A lot of websites say this is all a myth, but the small village surely believes it, with a Jimi Hendrix Café at the entrance. We stopped for an overpriced drink, before walking back up through the dunes and beach whilst getting a skin removal treatment thanks to the sand and wind. We were thinking of doing a surf trip tomorrow for Shelley’s birthday (I only suggested it, she was actually keen!), but on talking to some of the surf shops ...
... shampoos, but it is the pure oil that is most sought after.
The souks of Essaouira are filled with little jars of argan oil that have suspicious locals rolling their eyes. “Vegetable oil,” they’ll warn you. (Check the bottle for provenance; if it has a cooperative’s name on the label, it’s probably authentic.) The best way to find the real
deal is to follow the smell of roasted nuts that will lead you to the cooperatives.